England and the Czech Republic will face off in their final group stage game to decide the Group D winner. Will the Three Lions get a convincing win after the disappointing goalless draw with Scotland few days ago? Read here out England vs Czech Republic predictions (formally Czech Rep. vs England), betting tips, team news and probable line-ups, free bets and exclusive promo codes!
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The match between England and the Czech Republic will be played this Tuesday, June 22, 2021, at Wembley Stadium in the city of London, England.
Kick-off time: 20:00 BST. Czech Republic vs England will be televised free-to-air on ITV.
UK viewers can also stream the match live through ITV Hub, a streaming platform compatible with mobile devices such as computers, tablets, smartphone, smart TV and game consoles.
England vs Czech Republic Betting PreviewThe winner of this match will clinch the top spot in the Group D while the loser could be up to third place in this group so even. It is mathematically impossible for the Czech Republic to finish lower than third in the group, so the prospect of Silhavy's men advancing as one of the best third-placed teams is still very much alive. On the other side, a runners-up place could see England rewarded with a friendlier tie in the next round - just like in Russia three years ago - versus the runners-up of Group E.
Czech Republic are currently sitting in first spot in the Group D, tied with the England, with 1 win and 1 draw, 3 goals scored and 1 conceded. The Czechs started their Euro 2020 campaign with a 2-0 victory over Scotland and followed up with valuable a 1-1 draw against Croatia. Bayer Leverkusen forward Patrik Schick has scored all of their goals after striking from the spot against the Blazers.
There is a feeling that this could be England’s best chance of winning a major tournament but the Three Lions enter this game with many unknowns after a controversial start to Euro 2020. They kicked off with an encouraging 1-0 win over Croatia but struggled against Scotland and were lucky to end the "British derby" with a 0-0 draw. Gareth Southgate - once again - is under huge pressure to select a starting XI capable of boosting the nation's morale with a free-flowing attacking performance. England faced the Czechs during the qualifying phase for this tournament. The Three Lions enjoyed an emphatic 5-0 win in the home game, but they suffered a 2-1 defeat in Prague.
Best OddsEngland are the bookies' favourites at 13/20 with Unibet, Czech Republic the underdogs at 15/2 with William Hill and the draw at 5/2 with BetVictor.
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England (4-2-3-1): Pickford; Walker, Maguire, Stones, Shaw; Henderson, Rice; Sterling, Grealish, Rashford; Kane
Mason Mount and Ben Chilwell are forced to self-isolate after ‘close contact’ with Billy Gilmour, who tested positive for COVID-19, and will miss the match. Gareth Southgate still has a bunch of unused players that can be used to pump up the creativity and score more goals. Hence, we might see Jack Grealish, Jadon Sancho and Marcus Rashford all given an opportunity to rove forward. Phil Foden or Raheem Sterling could make room. The likes of Jordan Henderson and Harry Maguire will finally be considered for starts after working hard to recover from injury and they are likely yo replace Kalvin Phillips and Tyrone Mings respectively. Kyle Walker should get the nod over Reece James as full back.
Czech Republic (4-2-3-1): Vaclik; Coufal Celustka, Kalas, Boril; Soucek, Holes; Darida, Jankto, Masopust; Schick
Jaroslav Silhavy will have a fully fit squad to choose from. Alex Kral and Tomas Holes are in contention to start in midfield alongside West Ham's Tomas Soucek. Up front, Patrik Schick is expected to lead the line despite a broken nose in the Croatia game. Jakub Jankto, Vladimir Darida and Lukas Masopust will form the offensive midfield trio. Goalkeeper Tomas Vaclik was in spectacular form during the first two games and will start between the posts.
England v Czech Republic PredictionsA draw would see both teams go through, and England might be happy to qualify as runner up in this group. The Group D winner will face the Group F runner ups - one of France, Germany, Portugal and Hungary - while the runner ups of Group D will face the Group E runner ups, one of Spain, Sweden, Poland and Slovakia. The Three Lions did thrash the same opponents 5-0 at Wembley during qualifying. We don't expect such a dominant performance but we back England to win, probably by a narrow margin. Harry Kane has been quiet for the first two games, contrasting to his domestic season which saw him win the Premier League Golden Boot. The Spurs forward will look to bounce back and regain his form before the knockout games begin.
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